Title and author's name also in Chinese on t.-p. "Extract from 'Mitteilungen des Seminars für orientalische sprachen. Yahrgang [!] XIII. Erate abteilung, Ostasiatische studien. 1910'." Topics: Christian art and symbolism, Art--China
title continued "composed by Wang Po Hou during the Sung Dynasty, A.D. 960 ; English translation with notes romanized into Mandarin, Cantonese and Hokkien by Chiang Ker Chiu." 36 pages Topic: Chinese language--Readers.
title continued: "with special reference to the expedition of Frits v. Holm, ed. by Dr. Paul Carus. Containing: Mr. Holm's account of how the replica was procured, the original Chinese text of the inscription, A. Wylie's English translation, and historical notes on the Nestorians." 42 pages Reprinted from "The Open court" of January, 1909, with numerous additions Topic: Nestorian tablet of Sian-fu
title continued "Japanese Ko'ssu silk tapestries and lacquer work, belonging to Kurt M. Semon, a Chinese private collector, Jan Hasbrouck, property collected by the late Carl Schraubstadter, and of other owners. Public auction sale March 23 and 24" 93 pages with illustrations Sale no. 948 Topics: Art objects, Asian--Catalogs.
54 pages with tables "Preliminary paper prepared for the fourth biennial conference of the Institute of Pacific relations to be held in Hangchow, from October 21st to November 4th, 1931." Topic: Mineral industries--Finance--China.
byFletcher, Alice C. (Alice Cunningham), 1838-1923.
vi, 152 p. 25 cm. Series:(Archaeological and ethnological papers of the Peabody museum. Harvard University, vol. I, no. 5) Notes: Omaha songs, with music: p. 79-151. Topics: Indians of North America--Music, Omaha Indians.
Title continued "Japanese lacquer and metal work property of Mrs. Honore Palmer formerly in the collection of Mrs. Potter Palmer, Chicago ; property of the estate of the late Eva R. Stotesbury (Mrs. Edward T. Stotesbury), Philadelphia ; sold by order of Provident Trust Company of Philadelphia and Thomas S. Gates Jr., executors ; property from the estate of the late Marie L. Russell, sold by order of the executors and other owners." "Public auction sale, January 10 and 11 at 2... Topics: Chinese art, Japanese art, auction catalogs
Title continued: "concerning the negotiation of a convention between the United States and China, excluding the immigration of Chinese laborers." At head of title: "50th Congress, 1st session, Executive O. Confidential." "March 19, 1888.--Ordered to be printed in confidence for the use of the Senate." 91 pages Topics: Chinese--United States, Immigrants--United States, China--Foreign relations--United States, United...
byUnited States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee on Immigration.
title continued "argument of Mr. John W. Foster on the treaty rights of Chinese subjects as to admission and residence in the United States. [Hearings before the] Committee on Immigration, U.S. Senate, January 23, 1902." 24 pages Topics: Chinese--United States, Foster, John Watson, 1836-1917
byChamberlain, Joseph P. (Joseph Perkins), 1873-1951
36 pages "Preliminary paper prepared for the fourth general session of the Institute of Pacific Relations to be held at Hangchow, China October 21st to November 4th, 1931." Topics: Inland navigation--China, China--Foreign relations
byLeague of Nations. Council. Committee on Technical Cooperation with China.
Series of League of Nations publications. General ; 1934.1 Signed: L. Rajchman. Official no.: C.157.M.66.1934. 72 pages Topics: League of Nations--China, League of Nations--Technical assistance, Technical assistance--China
12 pages "Canton Christian College, an American-Chinese cooperative enterprise incorporated under the Regents of the University of the State of New York."--P. 10 Topics: Canton Christian College, Sericulture--China, Silk industry--China
36 pages "Prepared for the Fourth Bi-annual Conference of the Institute of Pacific Relations to be held at Hangchow from Oct. 21st-Nov. 4th, 1931." Topics: Japan--Foreign economic relations--China, China--Foreign economic relations--Japan
Multigraphed. "The basis for this paper was laid in an article in 'Foreign Affairs' in January, 1931." Constitutes one of the [Publications and data papers] of the 4th conference of the Institute of Pacific relations, and has been numbered v. 1, no. 1, of the set. Topic: extraterritoriality
Shanghai Harbor investigation. Series I, General data ; no. 2 35 pages Signed at end: H. von Heidenstam, Engineer-in-Chief, Shanghai, May 1919 At head of title: Whangpoo Conservancy Board. Topics: Hydrology--China--Yangtze River Watershed, Yangtze River (China), Yangtze River Watershed (China)
title continued: "To be sold at unrestricted public sale at the American Art Galleries, [April 7, 1916]" At head of cover title: Collection of Dr. John C. Ferguson. Topics: Bronzes--China, Art objects Chinese--Catalogs
29 pages "Reports which follow tell in detail the latest accomplishments of the association's sericultural work in China..."--Foreword. Topics: Silk Association of America, Sericulture--China, Silk industry--China
byWaddell, J. A. L. (John Alexander Low), 1854-1938
"two addresses delivered September 11 and 14, 1923 to the Chinese Students' Alliance in the U.S.A. at Its Nineteenth annual conference held at Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island" Topic: Engineering--China
15 pages, Chung Hua Sheng Kung Hui : the Holy Catholic Church in China "The Church in China supported by the Church of England Missionary Society, the American Episcopal Church, the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel, and the Church of England in Canada." Topics: Zhong Hua Sheng Gong Hui, Missions--China
56 pages, reprint of articles published in the Weekly bulletin of the Department of trade and commerce of Canada between October, 1918 and January, 1919. Trade commissioner, L. D. Wilgress ... Pub. by authority of Rt. Hon. Sir George E. Foster ... minister of trade and commerce ... Topic: China--Commerce
Richmond and Danville Railroad Company. Proceedings of the ... annual meeting of the stockholders of the Richmond and Danville Rail Road Company. Held by Watkinson Library, Hartford, CT Topics: Richmond and Danville Railroad Company--Periodicals, Railroad companies--Virginia--Periodicals
1st Annual report. Home located at no. 705 Pine Street, between Seventh and Eighth. St. Louis, MO. Held by Watkinson Library, Hartford, CT. Topics: Street Boys' Home (St. Louis Mo.)--Periodicals, Youth shelters--Missouri--Saint Louis--Periodicals